Aquifer is pleased to join the International Association of Medical Student Educators in congratulating the 19 recipients of the 2019 IAMSE Travel Awards. The awards contribute to travel and registration costs for students and junior faculty attending the IAMSE Annual Meeting, held this year in Roanoke, Virginia on June 8-11, 2019. Aquifer is proud to continue supporting this award in conjunction with IAMSE, our collaborating partner on the Aquifer Sciences Initiative. This year’s award is also sponsored by ProgressIQ.
Congratulations 2019 IAMSE Travel Award Recipients:
- Katerina Dima, International Federation of Medical Students Association; Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Jennifer Allen, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine; Erie, PA
- Milou Maartje Lisa Groenen, Radboud University; Nijmegen, Netherlands
- Taylor Barber, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine; Philadelphia, PA
- Alexander Beckstead, University of Utah School of Medicine; Salt Lake City, UT
- Julia Chong, Mercer University School of Medicine; Macon, GA
- Emmy Marloes Kok, Radboud University; Nijmegen, Netherlands
- Katrina Gerbrand, Campbell University SOM; Lillington, NC
- Galina Gheihman, Harvard Medical School; Boston, MA
- Surya Khadilkar, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine; Cleveland, OH
- Jacqueline Kobayashi, University of Utah School of Medicine; Salt Lake City, UT
- Edgar Meyer, University of Mississippi Medical Center; Jackson, MS
- Sarah Nguyen, University of Utah School of Medicine; Salt Lake City, UT
- Amberly Reynolds, Indiana University; Bloomington, IN
- Marek Svoboda, Dartmouth College; Hanover, NH
- Jaehwa Choi, Mercer University School of Medicine; Macon, GA
- Jeff Fritz, Medical College of Wisconsin; Wauwatosa, WI
- Arundathi Jayatilleke, Drexel University College of Medicine; Philadelphia, PA
- Khalil Eldeeb, Campbell University SOM; Lillington, NC
Aquifer, a mission-based non-profit organization, has an annual grant program that supports academic advancement through a series of partnerships with key national educator organizations. In 2018, Aquifer granted over $65,000 to collaborating organizations. Working with partner organizations ensures that Aquifer’s grant dollars support initiatives that serve the needs of educators and students around the country.
Aquifer is a mission-driven non-profit organization dedicated to delivering the best healthcare education through collaborative development and research into innovative, high-impact virtual teaching and learning methods. Aquifer develops trusted, award-winning, virtual case-based courses derived from national healthcare curricula. Since Aquifer’s founding in 2006, over 12 million virtual cases have been completed by more than 300,000 students.